The Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC is pleased to announce the winners of its 2019 scholarship essay contest. The winners will receive a total of $4,500 in prizes to help with their education expenses.
When it comes to the future, it is essential to have a carefully thought out plan and trusted guidance, whether you are pursuing a college education, starting a family, caring for an aging parent or planning for retirement. The estate and elder law attorneys at Brady Cobin Law Group understand what it takes to develop a solid plan.
This annual essay contest offers an opportunity for young people to share their thoughts on planning for the future.
Students who competed for the scholarships wrote essays on topics addressing the importance of planning for unforeseen circumstances, when to have a conversation with a loved one about establishing a will and what should be included in a will.
The three students selected as scholarship winners are:
- 1st Prize—Erin Martinek-$2,500
- 2nd Prize—Jonathan Greensbergs-$1,500
- 3rd Prize—Rito Espinoza-$500.
The attorneys at Brady Cobin Law Group recognize that attaining a good education helps students realize fulfilling careers. The law firm is pleased to help these deserving students pursue their hopes and dreams with these 2019 scholarships.
The winning contestants will receive checks from the law firm, which are to be used for education-related expenses.
The contest was open to high school students and students enrolled in colleges and universities and graduate school programs throughout the United States.
The Brady Cobin Law Group, which is based in Raleigh, North Carolina, would like to commend all the students that entered the scholarship contest and submitted thought-provoking essays.
Each of the winning contestants addressed one of the topics, reflecting on life’s challenges and how essential it is to plan for the future.
Contact Brady Cobin Law Group in Raleigh, North Carolina for more information on estate planning, probate matters and elder law, call us at (919) 782-3500 or go online to https://ncestateplanning.com/.